gfcf

We have just put Bubba, and the rest of the family (I am not not a short order cook and I will not be making something different for each member of the family at every meal), on a gluten free/casein free diet.  For those of you who don’t know what that means; it means no wheat, rye, barley, oats, cheese, milk, yogurt, ice cream, etc, etc, etc.  This is not easy and not cheap, but necessary.

Tonight I made Twinkiedogs, but with these ingredients . . .

I was a bit worried about how they would turn out, but I used a recipe for the cornbread from a GF cookbook called Cooking Free, and they turned out really well.  The kids liked them and that’s the real test.